UMBC professor develops blood-clotting agent to help wounded soldiers
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UMBC professor develops blood-clotting agent to help wounded soldiers

Erin Lavik, chemical, biochemical and environmental engineering professor at UMBC, along with members of the…

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Breaking ground on the Retriever Event Center

UMBC has announced that beginning in early February, the university will begin constructing the Retriever…

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UMBC bans hoverboards and drones
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UMBC bans hoverboards and drones

A recent decision made by UMBC’s Office of Environmental Safety and Health has led to…

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The blizzard’s passed, but the roads aren’t clear: what’s available or operating on campus?
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The blizzard’s passed, but the roads aren’t clear: what’s available or operating on campus?

On Sunday, Jan. 24, UMBC announced that campus will be closed Saturday the 23¬†and Sunday…

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Homer W. Schamp Jr., founding Provost of UMBC, passes away
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Homer W. Schamp Jr., founding Provost of UMBC, passes away

The UMBC community lost a critical figure from its history earlier this month. Homer W.…

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Collegiate activism in Maryland
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Collegiate activism in Maryland

On November 17, UMBC student Vanessa D. Barksdale gave an educational lecture regarding her research…

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